Posted by: toughlovetruelove | August 29, 2019

For Travis: ALASKA! Prince William Sound

All this beauty isn’t worth a thing until you share it with the world,

Travis Dow,

WD and The Idea

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Posted by: toughlovetruelove | October 31, 2018

In Honor of Travis Dow, Singer- Songwriter

Don’t keep it to yourself
All this beauty
Doesn’t mean a thing
Until you share it with the world.

WD and The Idea, 2010
      by Travis Dow
11/3/1971- 11/04/2012

Posted by: toughlovetruelove | March 25, 2018

For Travis from ” My Suitcase Full of Songs”

Travis Dow wrote this song in 2011, shortly before he was diagnosed with aggressive cancer. He was determined to record it along with seven other songs he had written that year. Finally in May of 2012, after several rounds of intensive in – patient chemotherapy, he recorded the songs in a make shift studio we set up for him in my living room.

” Suitcase Full of Songs” is not only one of Travis’ most accomplished works, it so clearly personifies who he was and what was important to him. Please contact me at arpeggiata@yahoo.com for further information. Read More…

Posted by: toughlovetruelove | December 2, 2017

For Will Foreman Fate of Dreams

I am a city lost in dreams…an ageless

River2birth of mind. Still half unformed,

I search

For a thread to guide me through the labyrinth

ahead…to a bright, new kind of love.

 

Eluding death while being born I move

In skips and hops…emerging in the new as

A tender youth, ready to write another verse

Before the music stops…

Posted by: toughlovetruelove | February 10, 2017

NOBODY’S OPEN

trav_drama_hsu_93PRODUCED AND RECORDED BY CARRIE CUNNINGHAM ON THE EP ” SECRETS.”

MUSIC AND LYRICS BY TRAVIS DOW

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/secrets-ep/id1203484285

Posted by: toughlovetruelove | January 16, 2017

Tough Love by Travis Dow

trav_indigoI’m all out of answers
for a friend that I see slippin’ out of reach

These are some lyrics from I song I wrote about a musician friend with an addiction problem. There’s a unique connection that happens between artists when they create music together – it has an indescribable way of moving an environment from the normal to the sublime. Once, after a short and lonely solo stint  in Nashville, I realized how much I missed the camaraderie that comes from bonding with other musicians. But with that nearly indestructible bond, there is also conflict and pain.

Musicians often turn to drugs and alcohol when they face the challenges of life as a performer.  There are long nights on the road and not much financial compensation. You are away from family and friends and there are always opportunities to drink and do drugs in the ever present after performance parties.  Once, I was accused of trying to steal away a girl from a band member when all I was doing was signing her album and encouraging her to come out to more gigs. My friend got very drunk onstage and made comments to the audience about me and this girl the next night. He embarrassed everyone, including himself.

Here’s what I wrote //Can’t help feeling like I failed you

I don’t know how to save you from you

Sometimes on the road or just to save money, we lived together for weeks, even months; once in a single wide trailer! The band became my family and my friends. We had strong ties. We depended on each other and confided our deepest feelings. We touched each other’s souls when we wrote and played our music but there were also contentious times as we dealt with marriage, divorce, flirtations, death of a spouse, financial crisis, child support, child care, car problems, job loss, and, well – the stuff of life!

Alcohol and drugs often wreaked havoc within the dynamics of a band. It was during one of these times when I didn’t know what else to do to help my friend. He was in deep trouble emotional, financially, even with the law.

//I’ve tried to be on your side
I’ve even bailed you out a time or two //

//Right now you might hate me and someday you might thank me
Either way I’ll love you ‘til I die//

I turned to my music to express my feelings in the song, http://www.syntropix.net/travis-dow-a-life-in-music/). If you are close to someone with an addiction you know how hard it is to be supportive when you’ve tried everything.Tell me your story and maybe I can write your song.

Please visit my website at: http://www.reverbnation.com/travisdow

Travis Dow  wrote this while living in Nashville with his wife Katie where he wrote and performed music. In 2012 he passed away after a nearly year long battle with aggressive cancer. His musical legacy lives on.

Posted by: toughlovetruelove | January 13, 2017

Travis Dow Singer- Songwriter

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Boston born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Travis graduated from Humboldt State University in 1994 in Theatre Arts. While at HSU he wrote his early songs, and fronted his first band, The River named for the tributaries that join the Pacific at the Redwoods. He fell in love with everything: the sea, the forest even the fog, and  an art student  whom he married at Fieldbrook Winery.

Travis went on to achieve a recording contract with Jerecho/Sire records for his S.F.-based Cal Hollow band, recorded three albums with The Katie Todd Band in Chicago and multiple solo albums. In Portland he co-created the award winning Concrete Cowboys, penning original songs for two albums. He found love again and re- married. Travis wrote and co – wrote and recorded nearly 400 songs. He loved the art of collaboration, and one of his most creative works is the musical theater piece Fate of Dreams which he co – authored with Will Foreman (www.syntriopix.net). Travis once wrote,

“A unique connection happens when artists create music together, moving things from the normal to the sublime.”

In 2011, Travis, fulfilled his lifelong goal – he took his “suitcase full of songs” * to Nashville. At the height of his career, cancer took his life on his 41st birthday. He envisioned someday returning to live in Humboldt County. Travis believed in sharing the creative quest and that everyone should be given a chance. The scholarship which bears his name does just that – for artists. Travis McKinley Dow Memorial Scholarship.

We hope to produce the musical theater piece Fate of Dreams at HSU in the near future. For more about Travis and his music please visit: https://www.reverbnation.com/travisdow,https://toughlovetruelove.wordpress.com,and http://www.syntropix.net/travis-dow-a-life-in-music/

For more information please contact Madeline Dow; arpeggiata@yahoo.com

*Travis Dow,  Suitcase Full of Songs, http://www.syntropix.net/travis-dow-a-life-in-music/

Posted by: toughlovetruelove | December 29, 2016

“FATE OF DREAMS” a musical theater piece by Travis Dow and Will Foreman

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The three volumes of songs entitled Fate of Dreams are based on a narrative poem which was transformed into a trilogy of music CDs.  The lyrics emanate from the writer’s search for the meaning of life and the music represents the composer’s own journey as it fills the spaces between the writer’s words. Together they create a passionate work that expresses hope for our planet and its civilization.

Background

The poet, having survived four years in a Viet Nam war zone as a doctor, an interpreter and a writer, returned to San Francisco to find himself embroiled in the politics of the day. Will testified before the US Congress, then embarked on a speaking tour in the United States and Europe. Next he entered into an unusual training program in psychiatry that allowed him freedom to experiment with new ways of understanding the complex systems of the modern world and how we interact with it. He studied with the greatest brain scientist of his day and explored the wider realms of science, religion, politics and philosophy. Perhaps as a way of coming to terms with what he’d witnessed he began to reconcile it all by challenging postmodern consciousness: the way we see ourselves and the world we live in.   Will creates a fundamentally different way of thinking about life and tests his insights by reaching out to others as he writes about solutions –  how democracy can work for everyone. Surprisingly he began to succeed when…Ah, but that would risk bringing the story to a premature end…

The songs, like all writing, are somewhat autobiographical in nature. But more importantly they are visionary in that they are intended not just as commentary on one or two individual experiences and the times in which we live but as an expression of what is possible with change, what could be. For example, The Music of Life, which opens the first play, comes partly from the writer’s experience in Viet Nam when he stared in disbelief as an artillery shell landed a few feet from where he stood and failed to explode. It lead him to believe that for humankind to survive as a species we need to find a way to co – exist.  If We Share a Vision expresses the promise of creating a world where everyone has access to life with safety and dignity. Themes of climate change, nuclear non- proliferation and equality artfully weave their path through the songs.
The writer first meets the composer, Travis Dow, as a troubled six-year-old struggling with his parents’ divorce and a cross country move to California from Boston. They come in and out of each other’s lives as years pass. Travis later collaborates with his childhood mentor, his mother’s longtime friend and sometime paramour. They produce two startling videos on the dangers of global warming and nuclear proliferation. Travis goes on to become an award-winning singer- songwriter and fronts several successful bands.

In 2004 Will became interested in musical theatre as a venue to share his ideas on social justice with the world. How this happens is, well another story. Pulling together some of his work from the past few decades, he writes a narrative poem which he submits to the Oakland Symphony Words and Music Project.  After being selected to attend the workshop which brings together accomplished writers and composers, he collaborates with several composers. He realizes during this process that the only person he trusts with his lyrics is Travis who, by now, is living in Chicago and working with a new band.  Travis accepts the challenge of writing music for a theater piece and gives up his part time work with children from Chicago’s South Side as he splits his time between his own music, Improv and the play. They begin their long-distance collaboration which is to span five years.

Will takes a sabbatical from his work as a psychiatrist with low income clients and ensconces himself in a sailboat moored off a remote island in Spain. There he writes the lyrics to what he envisions as a musical play. With thousands of miles and an ocean between them they began to learn the art of collaboration. In Chicago, Travis continued to develop and perform his own music.  In 2006, the first volume of Fate of Dreams is produced.  Work on the next two CDs proceeded while Travis leaves Chicago for Portland, Oregon and John returns to Berkeley. They create their own synchronous version of Rogers and Hammerstein. In 2009 they released the full trilogy:  Fate of Dreams, Volumes 1,2, and 3.  Their vision: to produce a musical theatre piece in Humboldt County where Travis had gone to college and dreamed of someday returning.

In 2012 Travis, at the height of his promising career, succumbed to a tragic death from aggressive cancer.  His mother promised to continue to share his music with the world.  Together with her lifelong friend Will, they stoke the Fate of Dreams embers hoping to bring the words and music to the live stage.

Synopsis

This is a suggested example of how the play might unfold.  Our wish is for the producers, play writer, artists, dancers, singers and musicians to take it from there.  The purpose of the synopsis is to provide form to the three volumes of music, demonstrate the author’s intent and show what might happen. But the music can lead to many paths. We’ve inserted some examples of how the songs might be used in the script but ideally the producers will make it their own.  The three acts outlined here relate to the titles of the three volumes of music.

Act One: The Death of the Author

Opening scene:   Will steers the rented Volvo around a sharp curve on a scenic road somewhere in the south of Spain. He and his girlfriend chat about Will’s early life, first as a boy basketball legend growing up in the rural Midwest, then his search for meaning in college, medical school and Viet Nam.

Mariella stares at the bone-dry hills dotted with occasional white pueblos. 

“So it was after Nam that you decided to go back and take the residency in psychiatry?”

 “I didn’t feel a connection to the practice of medicine any more. I was still interested in it of course, as a scientist. But my fascination was with the mind and the way we can alter our thinking. And it seemed as I if I could do more meaningful work as a psychiatrist,” Will muses

 Mariella clutches the handrail on her door as they round a hairpin turn

“Yeah, I get that. I wasn’t in Viet Nam but after a stint in the male medical ward at Bellevue Hospital, I couldn’t wait to get back to psychiatric nursing.”

Will grins, “We both wanted to help people, we just weren’t sure how.”

 “I guess so, but, some of the stuff you’ve told me about, the Tiger Cages, the burning children and even what you’ve seen in your practice here could make a fascinating read. It might get people more interested in what you propose as solutions. You should write it all down, you should write your life story.”

 Will eyes the road and shakes his head, “No honey, it would take too much time. It’s more important to share my ideas about democracy than my autobiography. I’ve got the play started, at least in poetic form, and now, the songs – all that beautiful music. I need to focus.”

 Mariella looks at the cliff below and tightens her grip.

 ” But that’s what I mean- write about your ideas through your story. There must be a way. I know… Wait, I’ vet got it! I can write it.  I’ll write it for you. I’ll write your autobiography!”

Will chuckles as he turns to glance at Mariella, his eyes leaving the road for a split second. He takes the next hairpin turn too quickly. The vehicle swerves towards the cliff.  A flash of light, a loud crash and then, darkness. 

The Death of the Author is symbolic:  the death of ego, the disappearance, then rebirth of the Self…a metaphor for humankind’s understanding of its self, its past, and its future. In the play the author dies leaving an unfinished play and a sum of money. The money was to be used for the play’s production. The songs were intact, but the fragments of manuscript, along with the lyrics, would have to be interpreted to solve the mystery of the author’s intentions. What made it seem worth doing was the interesting content—might it offer solutions to any of today’s serious problems?

A multicultural community group or perhaps a diverse group of students acquires the money and meets to discuss the fragments of the author’s play. They conclude that we are at a crucial turning point in the history of the human heart, in our relations among ourselves, and our connections with the rest of the world. What is the true nature of humankind? Democracy seems to be slowly dying. This first act poses questions. The players don’t agree on everything.  Arguments ensue but romance blossoms between unlikely opponents.

Time is running out: climate change abounds.  Nuclear proliferation continues as The Doomsday Clock creeps towards Midnight. Media spin and special interests run elections. (A Shrink for President.) The rich get richer. The middle class struggles to survive as poverty increases.  (You Voted For Us.)  The group decides they need help to figure out what options to take. They are all too biased. One song cautions: Hurry up. We must be on our way, implying we need to find a new way of thinking about ourselves and our planet.

Act Two: The Fall of God

The group decides to bring in “innocent” youthful representatives to stand in for the human race. A panel of “Gods” is assembled to help people decide the best way to organize the future of civilization. The participants begin to ask questions of the Gods: i.e.) how can we prevent nuclear war and annihilation of the species if we continue to allow arms proliferation? How do we justify climate change if we want to keep our planet? Unfortunately, the Gods remain silent in response to questions about the existing tragedies and those to come. Suicide bombings are mentioned. (There’s a shadow on the soul of America.)   Members of the group argue vehemently about what they think the individual Gods’ positions might be.ie) the Hindu, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim Gods, etc.  The war of ideas intensifies. Each person is fiercely loyal to their group of origin- everyone feels their own culture; their own religion is most important. The threat of excessive nationalism, a return to tribalism hangs a thin veil over the future of democracy.  The Gods are mute. It becomes clear that absolutism in only one belief system is divisive. The group will have to decide what to do without the help of the Gods. (What Time Is It?)

The central characters speak passionately about their history. Heroes, villains, and ghosts come and go. (The Syntropy Ghost.) Love affairs develop as life goes on and one character sings of his muse, Before The Time Had Flown. The group gets to know one another as they face their individual joys and sorrows, first alone and then together. i.e.)  One couple loses a child in war. They are left with their child’s letters, drawings depicting angst, the feeling that everything has turned to dust: the world’s gone mad.  

The group’s passion to make the world better is ignited. (An American Dream) Obstacles abound but their struggle between darkness and hope for a better world brings them closer. They learn to navigate conflict by meeting in the middle and conclude that authentic democracy is the best hope of humankind, but to achieve it we must work together to democratize things like corporations and religious hierarchies.

They are determined not to let the past dictate the future. The idea that between birth and death: a universal goal and purpose arises out of shared tragedy, joy and appreciation of every one’s   history —not from any singular religion, culture or ideology but from listening and hearing each other. They learn to respect the perspectives of others and realize they can keep the value of their own identity group and still recognize the dignity of other groups. And they must do something about global warming in order to survive. (If We Share A Vision.)

They understand that as a species we have evolved beyond natural selection and we now have the ability to consciously choose conditions and behaviors that enable us to survive at a higher level. They realize that our media feed is filtered by on economic interests with focus. on financial success and corporate bottom lines instead of what is healthy for life and the earth.  Consciousness begins to shifts – we can be more than producers and consumers. The group starts to believe there are ways to promote well-being even in this changing universe. They conclude that we humans can move beyond the traditional structure of family, and kinship to include all of our brothers and sisters while we grow toward a more adaptive creative intelligence. But they wonder…Where does this new understanding lead us? What’s next? What action shall we take?

                                    Act Three: The Rise of Icarus

The Rise of Icarus symbolizes the rise of humanity after its fall. In his search for glory Icarus flies too close to the sun and the wax that holds the feathers to his body melts. He crashes to earth and fails to achieve his goal. In this metaphor, he rises, as our characters begin to integrate what they’d learned and strive to achieve the wisdom we need to survive the dangers of the 21 st century: climate change, escalation of violence at every human level, nuclear war, etc.

Time passes. The group now older, perhaps thirty years into the future, reflects on how   they got to know one another as they faced both joys and sorrows.  They have learned how to resolve arguments without wars and minimized the violent behaviors that slow human progress. They’ve taken steps to save the Earth’s ecology and have rejuvenated the biosphere. (Change) Children learned to appreciate gender and racial equality without sacrificing freedom. They continue to strive toward unifying science, philosophy, even religion based on a deeper understanding of the meaning of Life in the Universe. * (Fate of Dreams Finale)

Character development example: Two of the four couples that argued first are now married with children. A third couple broke up but remain friends. The fourth couple are now single and happy. The couples explain how they resolved their differences. There is joy tinged with a sober understanding of who we’ve been and how we must continue to strive together.

The group understands the complexity of interacting with intelligent machines, the new stage in the evolution of our minds, and on the mysteries that will continue to challenge us long into the future.  (We Must Be On Our Way)

What really matters is the action of some individuals and groups, both small and large that set the stage for real historical transformation. But there’s an important caveat: historical events can rapidly bring us to serious conflict, possibly resulting in the end of the world as we know it. We must be prepared to act quickly but thoughtfully in the face of such a danger.

The characters agree that for life to survive we need to work toward improving democracies, modulating our global climate and preserving a healthy biosphere as well grappling with the complexity of opposing belief systems. And we must ask ourselves:

“Is your perspective and only your perspective so important to you that you cannot see any way to compromise with others who disagree? Would you rather have civilization as we know it come to an end? If your perspective is rejected by the rest of the world, would you kill others and even yourself in order to impose your belief system? Would you rather have the world destroyed than go on without your belief system being the only one?”

The author’s theoretical objective of the Universal Goal of Life * is a long way off but we are on our way.

*For more information on the writer’s ideology and terms please visit http://www.syntropix.net/

*Header artwork by Mare Simonet, from the album Fate of Dreams.

*For more music by Travis Dow:https://www.reverbnation.com/travisdow

*Project information : Madeline Dow, arpeggiata@yahoo.com

*Header artwork by Mare Simonet, from the album Fate of Dreams.

Posted by: toughlovetruelove | November 29, 2016

LIFE WITHIN A STONE

Published by Crimson Cloak  in  Crimson Timelines. A short story about Travis Dow by Madeline Dow. Available online and in print now.  http://main.crimsoncloakpublishing.com/madeline-dow.html#timelinespacific_2_audreymccombs

Posted by: toughlovetruelove | November 17, 2016

TRAVIS DOW TABLE 2: CO- WRITTEN SONGS

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1.    A Century of Shame Fate of Dreams Vol. 2 Fall of God Travis Dow

Katy Stephan

Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 2

CDBaby Vol 2

Amazon Vol 2

Spotify Vol 2

Syntropix

2.     A Shrink For President Fate of Dreams Vol I. Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

 CDBaby Vol 1

 Spotify Vol 1

Syntropix

3.    Afraid of Love Changing Faces Katie Todd Band Kathryn Gayl Todd

Mark Cameron

Evan Cantor

Bandcamp CF

CDBaby

Amazon

4.    Any Hope Fate of Dreams Vol I. Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman ITunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

CDBaby Vol 1

 Spotify Vol 1

Syntropix

5.    Before the Time Had Flown Fate of Dreams Vol 2 Fall of God Travis Dow

Katy Stephan

Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 2

CDBaby Vol 2

Amazon Vol 2

Spotify Vol 2

Syntropix

6.    Brittle Changing Faces Katie Todd Band Kathryn Gayl Todd

Mark Cameron

Evan Cantor

 Bandcamp CF

CDBaby

Amazon

7.    Change (Flame of Life) Fate of Dreams Vol.3  Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 3

CDBaby Vol 3

Amazon Vol 3

Spotify Vol 3

Syntropix

8.    Children of the Night Fate of Dreams Vol.3:Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 3

CDBaby Vol 3

Amazon Vol 3

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9.    Eluding Death While Being Born Fate of Dreams Vol.3 Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 3

CDBaby Vol 3

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10. Fate of Dreams Finale Fate of Dreams Vol.3 Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman Syntropix

ITunes Vol 3

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11. Flow Fate of Dreams Vol.2 Fall of God Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 2

CDBaby Vol 2

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12.  Get Up Changing Faces Katie Todd  Band Kathryn Gayl Todd

Mark Cameron

Evan Cantor

CDBaby

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13. Ghostly Voices (unnamed intro) Fate of Dreams Vol I. Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman ITunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

CDBaby Vol 1

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14. Girl Next Door N/A Travis Dow Colby Dee Colby Dee Contact:arpeggiata@yahoo.com
15. I Hope Life Never Ends Fate of Dreams Vol I Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman ITunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

CDBaby Vol 1

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16. I Will Fight On N/A Colby Dee Colby Dee ITunes
17. Icarus Rising Fate of Dreams Vol.3 Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman Syntropix

ITunes Vol 3

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18. If We Share A Vision Fate of Dreams Vol I. Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

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19. If You Care Fate of Dreams Vol.I Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

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20. In The Mystery of the Light Fate of Dreams Vol 2 Fall of God Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 2

CDBaby Vol 2

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21. Innocent Changing Faces Katie Todd Band Kathryn Gayl Todd

Mark Cameron

Evan Cantor

 Bandcamp CF

CDBaby

Amazon

22. (It Lasts) Longer Than Themselves Fate of Dreams Vol 1 Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman Itunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

CDBaby Vol 1

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23. Jessie Lee N/A Colby Dee Colby Dee arpeggiata@yahoo.com
24. Last Breath N/A Travis Dow, Katie Keller  Katie Keller  Reverbnation
25. Lens Next Concrete Cowboys Chad Kessner
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26. Let Go and Get Lost Missed The Exit Colby Dee Colby Dee  Itunes
27. Like Waves Over Sand Fate of Dreams Vol 2 Fall of God Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 2

CDBaby Vol 2

Amazon Vol 2

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28. More For Me  N/A Travis Dow

Colby Dee

Cooper Lynn-Hays

Cooper Lynn Hayes

Colby Dee

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29. Mitochondrial Eve Fate of Dreams Vol.I. Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman ITunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

CDBaby Vol 1  

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30. Music of Life Fate of Dreams Vol.I Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman  Itunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

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31. New Believer Two Bulb Twilight Cal Hollow Seth

Berenberg

 Allmusic

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32. Next Next Concrete Cowboys Al Carness  CDBaby

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33. Not So Hard To Teach Fate of Dreams Vol.1   Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman ITunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

CDBaby Vol 1

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34.  (The)  Polite Changing Faces Katie Todd

Band

Kathryn Gayl Todd

Mark Cameron

Evan Cantor

 Bandcamp CF

CDBaby

Amazon

35. Perry Fair N/A Colby Dee Colby Dee Contact:arpeggiata@yahoo.com
36. Rag Top Girl N/A Colby Dee Colby Dee  ITunes
37. Reaching For Perfection Fate of Dreams Vol 2 Fall of God Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 2

CDBaby Vol 2

Amazon Vol 2

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38. Rivers Fate of Dreams Vol 2 Fall of God Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 2

CDBaby Vol 2

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39. Shadows to the Sun Fate of Dreams Vol.3 Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 3

CDBaby Vol 3

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40. Song of Mysteries Part 1 Fate of Dreams.Vol.3  Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 3

CDBaby Vol 3

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41. Song of Mysteries Part 2 Fate of Dreams Vol.3  Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman Syntropix

ITunes Vol 3

CDBaby Vol 3

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42. Sorry Is A Lie N/A Colby Dee Colby Dee arpeggiata@yahoo.com
43. Spinning Changing Faces Katie Todd Band Kathryn Gayl Todd

Mark Cameron

Evan Cantor

CDBaby

Amazon

44. Stay Two Bulb Twilight Cal Hollow Jeff Hemmel-garn Allmusic

Amazon

45. Story of Us Christmas 2002 Demos The Year In Review : To Ma Travis Dow Joe Smith Contact:arpeggiata@yahoo.com
46. Straight Into Fire Fate of Dreams Vol.I  Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman Syntropix

ITunes

Amazon Vol 1

CDBaby Vol 1

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47. Syntropic Mind – Definition Fate of Dreams Vol.3 Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 3

CDBaby Vol 3

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48. Syntropic Mind – Purpose Fate of Dreams Vol.3 Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 3

CDBaby Vol 3

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49. American Dream Fate of Dreams Vol.I Death of The Author (and Spotify) Travis Dow Will Foreman ITunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

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50. The Soul of America Fate of Dreams Vol 2 Fall of God Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 2

CDBaby Vol 2

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51. The Syntropy Ghost Fate of Dreams Vol.3 Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 3

CDBaby Vol 3

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52. Tiger Changing Faces Katie Todd Band Kathryn Gayl Todd

Mark Cameron

Evan Cantor

 Bandcamp CF

CDBaby

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53. Too Busy Lovin’ On You Lyrics Only N/A Dianna Elizabeth Corcoran Diana Elizabeth Corcoran Contact:arpeggiata@yahoo.com
54. Try to Wake It (Every Day) Fate of Dreams Vol.I Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman ITunes Vol 1

Amazon Vol 1

CDBaby Vol 1

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55. Unreachable Changing Faces Katie Todd Band Kathryn Gayl Todd

Mark Cameron

Evan Cantor

 Bandcamp CF

CDBaby

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56. Vacate Changing Faces Katie Todd Band Kathryn Gayl Todd

Mark Cameron

Evan Cantor

 Bandcamp CF

CDBaby

Amazon

58. We Must Be On Our Way Fate of Dreams Vol.3  Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 3

CDBaby Vol 3

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59. What Action Should We Take? Fate of Dreams Vol. I. Death of The Author Travis Dow Will Foreman ITunes Vol 1

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Spotify Vol 1

Syntropix

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62. Where Did We Go Wrong N/A Colby Dee Colby Dee arpeggiata@yahoo.com
63. Winds Fate of Dreams Vol.3  Rise of Icarus Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman ITunes Vol 3

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64. You Voted for Us Fate of Dreams Vol 2 Fall of God Travis Dow Katy Stephan Will Foreman  ITunes Vol 2

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Compiled by Madeline Dow 2016

*Source : Travis Dow archives; BMI website http://repertoire.bmi.com/writer.asp?fromrow=26&torow=50&keyname=DOW%20TRAVIS%20M&querytype=WriterID&keyid=761370&page=2&blnWriter=True&blnPublisher=True&blnArtist=True&affiliation=BMI&cae=355257062

Compiled by Madeline Dow 2016

*Source : Travis Dow archives,

BMI website http://repertoire.bmi.com/writer.asp?fromrow=26&torow=50&keyname=DOW%20TRAVIS%20M&querytype=WriterID&keyid=761370&page=2&blnWriter=True&blnPublisher=True&blnArtist=True&affiliation=BMI&cae=355257062

 

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